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2012 | 1(55) | 54-67
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CHANGES IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN LOCAL SELF- GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION (Zmiany w zarzadzaniu zasobami ludzkimi w administracji samorzadowej)

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The paper presents the changes in the HRM regulations in local self-government administration which took place in 2008. These changes concern personnel selection, professional development, appraisal and remuneration of public administration staff. The new regulations enable greater independence and flexibility of public administration units as regards HRM. The paper also offers a tentative assessment of the implementation of the changes in commune councils. It seems that the quality of HRM depends on the size of the institution (number of personnel) and its location (size of community). In many small councils, HRM mainly focuses on personnel selection, remuneration policies and other basic operational activities; whereas the new principles are not fully implemented.
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54-67
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  • Prof. dr hab. Zdzislaw Czajka - Wydzial Ekonomii i Zarzadzania Uniwersytetu w Bialymstoku
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11PLAAAA109420
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bwmeta1.element.3407becd-bc6a-3a4c-ae37-85310535edc5
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